Riot Games Halts Work After Cyber Attack

A well-known gaming company in California has acknowledged that a significant cyber-attack on its servers has stopped all upgrades.

Riot Games, which is owned by Tencent and creates well-known games like League of Legends and Valorant, provided a concise explanation of what transpired on Friday in a series of tweets.

Earlier this week, a social engineering attack led to the vulnerability of systems in our development environment. The statement read, “At this time, we don’t have all the answers, but we wanted to reach out to you early to let you know that there is no evidence that player data or personal information was obtained.

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